Category Archives: Literacy

Christmas Picnic in Room 28

Today we had a special Christmas picnic in our class. It was very exciting! We have been learning about graphs and collecting information. Last week, we decided which kind of…

Sharing Our Learning During Our Literacy Open Morning

On Friday 29th Novemebr every class had the opportunity to share their Literacy Learning with friends, family and carers. Thank you to everyone who came along to the event. We…

Literacy Week in Primary 1Ru

Primary 1Ru had a lovely week during Literacy week. Had had a session with Grace Banks on Storytelling on the Monday. We looked at the story The Gingerbread Man and…

Primary 6 St Machar Transition Event

On Wednesday 6th November the pupils in Primary 6 took part in a transition morning at St Machar Academy. During the morning, the pupils had the opportunity to visit the…

Room 1 Round Up

Room 1 have been very busy recently. We have had a visit to the Sport’s village where we were practising our athletic skills. We have also enjoyed several sessions with…

Outdoor Fun Whatever The Weather!

The rain did not stop nursery from getting outdoors. The children had fun fishing, making up stories and expressing themselves by splashing in the big puddle! Watch a video  …

Primary 4 Mary Queen of Scots Assembly 2019

Here are some pictures from our Assembly. Our topic was Mary Queen of Scots. We made portraits of her during art. We learned about Mary’s life and made a human…

P4/5 Assembly on Individuality

P4/5 did their assembly on individuality this term. They prepared drama plays to show how we should and should not treat people who are different from us, and prepared posters…

Room 1 Round Up

Room 1 have been very busy recently. We have been learning lots of exciting things in and out of the classroom. Exploring symmetry gave us lots of opportuntites for transferring…

Journeys in P2H

We have been celebrating Share a Story month throughout May, the theme this year was journeys. We have explored many fantastic stories involving journeys and some pupils even brought in…